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  1. azmax007

    azmax007 FULL MEMBER

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    Bhaisab, the Jamaati people are called "rajakars" and according my family who were there during the war in 1971, the rajakars were Bengali traitors who committed a lot of atrocities to their own people. NOTE: The Rajakars were worse than the the Pakistani occupation soldiers of that time. The majority of the Rajakars were hunted down after the war and for what they did, the old surviving Rajakars are still looked down upon by Bangladeshis. My comment has nothing against Pakistani army or Pakistan, but this is history.
     
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    I agree it's India's plan to dominate and it's a cover to let Indian jawans walk freely on Muslim Bengal's territory. I know the Bangladeshis will not accept this, and they will attack Indian task force if they step on Bangladeshi lands.
     
  3. leonblack08

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    I have the same view as you.
    If we compare the BNP and AL candidates then we can see AL gave chance to many new faces whereas BNP was with the same old ones many of whom are charged for corruption.
    If BNP would go to election alone,then they would have gotten more seats.Because people now understand what Jamat is.Jamat is a fraud party who asks for vote to people in the name of Islam.
    There were internal conflict between Jamat and BNP in places like Rajshahi,which was Jamat stronghold.Because of these internal conflicts,AL could take the opportunity.
    BNP was not organized.I saw more possessions of AL supporters before the election than BNP.
    BNP did not do much reform in terms of selecting the nominees but AL did some with grassroot leaders.
    The first time voters mostly rejected BNP because its involvement with Jamat,the anti-liberation forces.
    And last,Khaleda Zia lost because of her sons.Many senior leaders inside BNP didn't like them because of the unimaginable scale of corruption her sons committed.So the unity between BNP was never there.
     
  4. leonblack08

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    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH:rofl::rofl::rofl:

    I just fell off my chair .....cant stop laughing ........hahahahahha:lol:

    So we have a non resident Bangladeshi who is giving us a link..from where??AMAR DESH.....hahahaha

    Amar desh's owner is Mr.Falu,who is in jail for corruption.
    Noya digonto is a Jamat mouthpiece.


    These two statements are enough to make a fool understand.

    I have a question for you Mr.SAINT.
    You talk of irregularities in the election.Were you present in Bangladesh at that time???

    We were present and we saw how strict the whole process were.Everyone were identified by matching their photos with pictured voter list and then allowed to vote.I saw a polling officer being removed from the booth because he wasn't checking and a gentleman complained about this to an official.

    BNP talk about irregularities in 72 seats out of 299 and 220 centres out of 36000!!!

    even if BNP won all these 72 seats they would still be in opposition.


    Now all these stupid claims are what you call,"NAACHTE NA JANLE UTHAN BAKA"

    "GRAPE IS SOUR"
     
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    The AL brutalities and attacks are appearing in most all newspapers. This should not be a laughing matter. If this is how AL intends to carry on then we have a dark 5 years ahead of us. Those who lived between 1972-1975 know exactly what I am talking about. I hope AL does not make the same mistake thinking that a two-thirds majority is a license to torture and kill.
     
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    About the beating up of BNP people,Sheikh Hasina should stop her party members to refrain form such things.Because if she can't control her own party members what how will she control the countr.
     
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    Laughing matter is the source he is presenting.All are of BNP-Jamat.He could have mentioned other sources as well that would make his point clear.
     
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    Ok I get your point. Thnx.

    Nevertheless this increase in violence is a worrying trend and we should not dismiss its meaning as we know the past history of the party.
     
  9. leonblack08

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    Yes,these violence are a vicious trend in BD political culture and Sheikh Hasina must act swiftly,because people are watching her more closely than ever.

    She said in the conference that she might take a minister from the opposition??What's your view on that??
     
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    It would be a good thing (but is the opposition JP or BNP? If JP it would not be a bid deal) but I doubt she will find a place. She needs to accommodate her supporters first and there will be huge pressure on her to facilitate and promote her party people. Lets see what happens.
     
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    After lots of twisting and wasting time you admit that when Awami went with order where they did not order armaments in the fighter package. When the package arrives that is different matter. That is the distinction people have to realize.
     
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    Now bottom line is:

    If Awami league truly believe and recognize that they have backing of overwhelming majority then Awami league will reject indian hegemony and bully. Awami league will pursue people’s interest with and for sovereign cause and effect as people are source of their power NOT India. And all most all Bangladeshis (except a very very small section) don't want indian interferance, bully and agenda.

    But if Awami league believe and rely on Indo-US nexus to be source of their power and do not trust election result to be real then they will embark on with indian hegemonic agenda and interest. Like South Asian Taskforce, Transit, Transshipment, accepting indian equal distance formula for water boundary, secular BS etc.

    With go ahead from Hasina on “South Asian Taskforce”, it points that for its source of power, Awami league trust on indo-US nexus than people. Rest will unfold soon…….
     
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    I wasn't in BD but were you? What was your name in voter ID, where were you located and and in which polling station did you vote?

    For your info. Amardesh owner wasn't in jail anymore, who ironically was picked by MUA, DGFI gangs during EMERGENCY SMOKE. Now, let me be clear, if you think that by lying with venegence and deceiving with PHONY BD MIL'S teeth, you can second ASHIQUE then you have to be smarter then this BROTHER.. Because I know very well how to be Imandar and crash bastardous threat of PEPS QUAKE like DGFI.



    Even you were present bodily since 0CT. 28th 2006, but your heart and mind were absent from the whole SAGA/LEGACY of electioneering, paradigm shifting efforts; You wouldn't realize the whole scheme of things. BNP's allegation for 72 seats was meant only for the election day ieering but the entire electoral process was hijacked two years ago. I could go on and on to repeat as I did it in different forums but hardly that would change some one because Allah in Quoran clearly stated that

    Summon Bookmun Yomun Faa Hum La YarJioon !




    And Naste Na Janle Othan Baka jamon Thik abar Baka Othane Paka Nasne Wali O pore Jay Thik ! So, who prepared the Othan needed to looked at by you before throwing buffonaries at me.

    Grapes aren't scarce where I live and some of them are really sour, especillay if they look hybrid, shallowist and sleazy.
     
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  14. iajdani

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    I think BNP should not join government rather they should press hard to get as many participation as possible in Parliamentary Standing comittee. Thats the best platform for them to serve the nation as of current situation.
     
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    I completely agree... This time peoples' mandate was for change and not for Boat. AL seriously needs to understand that.
     
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